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WSTA launches more accessible website

Published:  12 March, 2014

The Wine and Spirit Trade Association has revamped its website to make it more accessible for members.

The site also includes up-to-date information on the sector to highlight the significant contribution the wine and spirits trade makes to the UK and global economies.

Members can now access a searchable database of publications including updated checklists and guidance, as well as industry reports and sector updates.

The site will also have free-to-air pages covering the key facts and figures around the industry's economic value. Its new design is now mobile and tablet friendly and it has a searchable media feed.

The website also includes the WSTA trade diary, which offers a comprehensive list of upcoming wine and spirit trade events. 

WSTA chief executive Miles Beale said: "We hope the revamped WSTA website will offer an improved and engaging service to WSTA members. It also aims to showcase the vibrancy of a wine and spirits sector that contributes enormously to the economic and social fabric of the UK."

The WSTA represents over 340 companies producing, importing, transporting and selling wines and spirits. It campaigns to promote the industry's interests with governments at home and abroad, as well as focusing on responsibility. Its most recent campaign, in association with the Taxpayers Alliance and Scotch Whisky Association, is Call Time on Duty, which is urging the government to stop the duty escalator on wines and spirits.